The Love Child

Alaskan Oil Barons

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Her job is to turn a reclusive rancher into a charming oil tycoon…

Having his baby isn’t part of the deal!

With his family’s company at stake, Trystan reluctantly agrees to a makeover. But the media consultant hired to smooth out his rough edges has him aching. When passion leads to pregnancy, the only honorable choice is a proposal. But Isabeau won’t say yes without his love…

An Alaskan Oil Baron Novel

Passion and turmoil abound in the lives of the Alaskan Oil Barons!

Two rival families are bound by marriage beneath the icy Northern sky—

and torn apart by the secrets that have fed the fires of their feud for decades!

Nothing is as it seems.

Join the Steeles and the Mikkelsons as they unravel the past and create an empire!

The Baby Claim

The Double Deal

The Love Child

The Twin Birthright

The Second Chance

The Rancher’s Seduction

The Billionaire Renegade

Collect all the stories in the Alaskan Oil Barons series!

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Publisher
Harlequin
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Published on
Apr 1, 2018
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Pages
224
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ISBN
9781488091940
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Native American & Aboriginal
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
Fiction / Romance / Western
Fiction / Sagas
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